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Assistant Residence Coordinator

We are now accepting applications!

Job Description:

The Assistant Residence Coordinator position is a nine-month graduate assistantship position in a residence hall or area of 400-600 students. The Assistant Residence Coordinator assists the Residence Coordinator in the administration of the residence hall/area. Responsibilities include staff supervision, staff training and development, student group advising, counseling, and crisis management.

To apply, candidates should email Brittany Philbert at philbertb@uncw.edu with their resume, letter of interest/cover letter and a list of 3 professional references. Time commitment will be 20 hours per week. However, hours may vary during heavy weeks of the year.

Specific Responsibilities:

Area Chapter Advising and Leadership Development

  • Serve as primary advisor for Area Chapter
  • Aid in the development of student leadership opportunities
  • Assist students in developing programs within the hall/area
  • Develop and implement training programs for student leaders
  • Assist in facilitating weekly Area Chapter meetings
  • Serve as a resource person for hall leaders
  • Support and assist in Residence Hall Association (RHA) recruitment and programming efforts

Desk Staff and RA Supervision

  • Recruit, select, train, and supervise student desk staff
  • Assist the Residence Coordinator with supervision, training, and selection of resident assistants
  • Provide feedback of desk and resident assistant staff
  • Assume administrative duties of the Residence Coordinator in his/her absence
  • Serve as liaison to the Night Security staff

Administrative Duties

  • Perform key audits and assist with loaner key process
  • Required to attend weekly meetings for area staff, Area Chapter, RHA general body, professional staff, and bi-weekly or weekly meetings with the Residence Coordinator and Assistant Director of Residence Life
  • Serve as Co-chair on departmental and division committees
  • Maintain office hours on a weekly basis to maintain hall visibility
  • Maintain day-to-day operation of front desk, included but not limited to: paperwork, keys, employee time sheets, etc.
  • Other duties as assigned

Counseling and Crisis Management

  • Respond to emergency building situations and inform appropriate personnel
  • Respond to crisis situations while assuming campus pager coverage responsibilities
  • Act as a first response counselor for students in crisis and with personal concerns
  • Serve as a resource and make appropriate referrals to other campus resources
  • Serve as part of a professional staff on-call duty rotation

Benefits:

  • Meal Plan
  • Free, fully-furnished apartment with utilities (cable, water, electricity, internet)
  • Stipend of $627/month (dispersed on the 15th of each month Sept-May)
  • Paid summer employment opportunities are available
  • On-campus parking pass
  • Tuition adjustment (Out of state rate will be adjusted to in state rate)
  • $1000/year in professional development funds

Questions or Comments:

If you have any questions or comments about the Assistant Residence Coordinator position or the application timeline, please contact Brittany Philbert, Assistant Director of Residence Life at 910-962-3241 or philbertb@uncw.edu.

UNCW Housing & Residence Life Non-Discrimination Statement

The University of North Carolina at Wilmington is committed to and will provide equal educational and employment opportunity for all persons regardless of race, sex, age, color, gender, national origin, ethnicity, creed, religion, disability, sexual orientation, political affiliation, marital status, veteran status or relationship to other university constituents - except where sex, age or ability represent bona fide educational or occupational qualifications or where marital status is a statutorily established eligibility criterion for state-funded employee benefit programs. Questions regarding program access may be directed to the Compliance Officer, UNCW Chancellor's Office, 910.962.3000, Fax 910.962.3483.
UNCW residence halls allow all students the opportunity to become actively involved in campus life. UNCW Housing and Residence Life provides a variety of programs and activities in and around the residence halls to enhance students' total educational experience. All of the residence halls are accessible in that they have elevators and adapted restrooms. Further, entrances to all buildings are either ramp-accessible or located on the ground floor. The first floor of each residence hall has all the services that are available on higher-level floors to allow students with disabilities equal access to services. University Suites has some first-floor units that have been designed to accommodate students with disabilities. For further information, contact UNCW Housing and Residence Life at 910.962.3241.